Today’s post is about Day 3 of our Family Seattle Trip, but first! A little update…I know I haven’t been keeping up-to-date with my blog posts. I’ve been busy with Real Life that include possibly going back to college for ‘Medical Coding and Billing’. I’m not all that excited about it because I don’t like the pressure of school. I guess I am a little excited to go to the same college campus as my husband who is going for his nursing degree. Also with the Cataclysm expansion coming out for World of Warcraft on December 7th, I will be quitting WoW until then. This explains why I have a new blog layout. I might make another blog layout during my ‘break’ from WoW, because this current one was just quickly put together using digital vectors I made out of boredom. And now back to my original blog topic..
My Family and I went to ‘Mt. Rainier National Park‘. Of course, we didn’t get see ALL of it because it’s a pretty big park. I absolutely loved the scenery. I wish I could’ve taken more pictures of my son, but he was asleep for most of the trip. We got to see a couple of wildlife including Foxes and a mother Bear with her Cub. I was super excited for this trip because I’ve never seen a natural waterfall before. My hubby and I got to go on a few of the trails to see if we could get closer to the river or waterfall.
One of the first Waterfalls we saw! Hubby and I took lots of pictures in front of this waterfall! Really short little trail to get a full view of the waterfall. I forget what this one was called. Think it’s Christine Falls
I felt like I couldn’t breathe after doing the short Narada Falls Trail. I never felt so out of shape in my life! haha and I’m in pretty good shape. It was only like a 0.4 mile round trip! I think it was one of my favorite parts of the day. Seeing the Narada Falls took my breath away (probably because of the trail…)
This was one part of the Paradise River. We decided it was time to turn the car around and leave the park shortly after we passed Pinnacle Peak Trail. We didn’t do anything else for the rest of the day because we were all pretty exhausted from visiting the park